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Old 03-05-2011
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Hello,
I just registered and am a new user of this forum. Looks like it is pretty young as of yet. I live outside of Kingman, AZ in the high desert. One of the things I like about this part of the country is that the vehicles never seem to rust away. I have 2 F150's that have spent their life in this part of the country. They have almost 300,000 miles on each of them. I just pick up the 92 F150 2 weeks ago and had to tow it home from Las Vegas as the fuel pumps would not run. Have the front tank working now and the truck runs and drives like a dream. It was a one owner. The other is a 94 XLT. It is setting with a new rebuilt E4OD in the bed waiting for the swap. I may sell that one when that is done. I also have 2 Isuzu pickups, one running in need of an engine rebuild and the other is a parts truck.

There are some minor things to fix on the 92 but it is in great shape and is going to be the keeper. Next project is to change the rear exaust manifold as it is cracked.

Looking forward to this site and making some new friends.

Thanks, Les
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Any pictures? Sounds like you have your hands full.
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Welcome to the site. Feel free to join in.
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Hi, welcome. I'm a new member as well. This is a great site. (And, as you've noted, new and growing.)

I've asked questions and received replies. (Not "how could you NOT know that" type replies, but informative, friendly replies.)

I believe you'll like this site: I do.
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Hi Les!

Welcome to the F150 Forum and thanks for taking the time to introduce yourself. We are growing....and you just helped us grow by "1".
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